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... There is too much red tape, the school is big, sophomore year will be hell when you live 30 minutes away from campus and have to rely on the unr...Read full comment
... No sports team, no team spirit, no quad ...Read full comment
... go play on quads and go to a football game, a house party, feel like you are part of a COMMUNITY ...Read full comment
... You'll miss not having a campus, no quad, no grass, no activities, no football games to go to ...Read full comment
... If you, for god knows what reason, enjoy city living and want to live in new york city more then anything in the entire world, hate frats, qu...Read full comment
... Frats are nonexistant, as are sports; no one cares about them and almost no one plays them (our mascot is the Violets ...Read full comment
... There is barely any sports, as I attended some basketball games and those were fun, but when I'd try to talk to someone about it, they would leav...Read full comment
... I made really great friends that lived in my dorm and we had some great times, but it was so hard to meet other people unless you joined a club o...Read full comment
... There are a lot of students who come to NYU because of its good reputation, its well know programs, and its New York City location and then act ...Read full comment
... though far from campus is probably the most luxurious college dorm in America), the school has a bevy of extracurricular activities (I play intra...Read full comment
... Don't come here if you are weak minded and prefer to sit around watching your school football team ...Read full comment
... For anyone confused as to where the sports teams and green grassy knolls are, you won't find that kind of thing here ...Read full comment
... Dont even bother applying to nyu if you have a small town mentality or dream of sprawling quads and football games ...Read full comment
... I was afraid that I would miss out on the "typical" college experience and would be nostalgic for sports, quads, the whole deal ...Read full comment
... Regarding the social life, do not come to NYU if you want to go to frat houses and tailgate at the football game every weekend ...Read full comment
... Let me make it brief for you: if you have any desire, any desire at all, for the normal college life (football team, fraternity parties, quads, e...Read full comment
... Again, if you dream of quads and nature and football games and a prominent greek life you WILL NOT BE HAPPY HERE ...Read full comment
... If you want football games, greek life and school spirit - this is not the place for you ...Read full comment
... Like other posters here have said: if you want a quad and a football team or "school spirit" (gag me with 200 toothpicks) and keggers go elsewher...Read full comment
... NYU is not known for sports and all that ...Read full comment
... I hated the fraternity and sorority mentality and big sports arenas filled with screaming drunk students ...Read full comment
... There are no sporting events and frat parties if thats what your interested in ...Read full comment
... We don't really have sports ...Read full comment
... Yes, there isn't a quad or football games or a sheltered community feel ...Read full comment
... Lots of people live in walking distance and there is great public transportation in NYC ...Read full comment
... It's hard to find extracurriculars and stick with them if you are not really really into them ...Read full comment
... Be aware that this is a city school - NYC is the social/night life, not frat parties or house parties or school sporting events ...Read full comment
... Instead of using the city's resources like some of us did they moped about not having a perfectly collegial atmosphere and football games on the...Read full comment
... Many of my friends who went to schools with campuses and football games are experiencing extreme difficulty finding jobs and many are not exposed...Read full comment
... They LOVE nyc and urban living, hate everything about the typical college experience (frats, quads, sports, nature, etc), are in Stern/Tisch, wan...Read full comment
... Also, if you have your heart set on a campus with tons of school spirit and big sports and a nice traditional campus ...Read full comment
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